A quite recent version release 0.12.16 added a new command Undo close pane with a default hotkey
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + T. The feature is welcome, and so is a hotkey in case the hotkey happens not to be in use already.
The problem is that I happen to have multiple vaults that use
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + T hotkey for something completely different. When I try to hit
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + T, the command I mean to launch does not launch, because Undo close pane “steals” the hotkey . A good thing is that Undo close pane does not do anything dramatic.
I’d suggest that when a new version is installed and a vault is opened the first time after the upgrade, make the following checks:
- Check did the upgrade bring any new default hotkeys? If not, stop here, nothing needs to be done.
- Scan through all those new default hotkeys and check does the vault’s hotkeys.json file use the same hotkeys for something else?
- If the vault already uses that hotkey, add the following kind of record to hotkeys.json:
This will disable the newly added default hotkey for the current vault, because it assigns an empty list of hotkeys to it.
I need to go to hotkey settings in all of my vaults (that use
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + T for my own thing), and find Undo close pane from the list and then remove
Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + T from it.
Thank you for your support!